Friday February 21, 2020

Appetite for distraction

Given that Strictly is such a cosy, lovely show, the Strictly Curse (which breaks up marriages and involves extracurricular gob-lobbing) is fairly relentless. Even if you’re just watching it at home

14th October, 2018
Seann Walsh and Katya Jones of Strictly Come Dancing – but for how much longer?

Take two red-blooded humans, press them up against each other for weeks and weeks, add skimpy outfits, sexy music and catastrophic levels of glitter and fake tan, and what do you expect to happen but the strike of the Strictly Curse?

Telly’s cosiest and most PC programme was shaken to its core this week after the Curse took its first victim, chronically early in the season. The victim? A lovely young man fondly named Neil...

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